Beagi Breed Appearance
There can be a great deal of variation between dogs within this particular hybrid combination as the puppies may get various traits from either parent. These dogs are small, usually 14’ tall or under at the shoulder and rarely over twenty pounds unless they are obese. The coat of the Beagi is double layered, with a soft, dense undercoat with a short protective layer of coarser fur overlaying it. This coat comes in many colors and white and black markings are common. They are usually longer than they are tall, although less so than their Corgi parent breed, and they have a broad skull that may be either flat or slightly domed in the back. The Beagi may either have the sturdy, square muzzle of the Beagle or the more fox-like tapering muzzle of the Corgi and although the ears of the Beagi are generally large in size, the Corgi tends to have an upright, triangular ear, and the Beagle has a long hanging ear that is rounded at the end, so many variations of those traits are possible with this mixed breed. Like both the Beagle and the Corgi, Beagi’s are typically sturdy animals, although the long back inherited from the Corgi heritage may predispose the dog to back injuries or spinal disorders. Their legs tend to be short and straight, and if the Corgi parentage was of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi variety, these pups may be born without a tail, or with just a nub for a tail.